PLP Welcomes New Members -Endorses 15 Candidates for the 15 Counties

By James Boyce

Liberia’s newest and seemingly biggest opposition party is set to ramp up all the necessary support that will engender the clinching of not only the presidential slot in the upcoming 2023 national elections, but also top seats at the National Legislature. In this direction, the People’s Liberation Party (PLP) on Friday February 25, 2022, welcomed and indorsed 15 aspiring candidates ahead of the 2023 general elections.

The ceremony, which was held at the Party’s Headquarter in Oldest Congo Town, Monrovia and brought together members and officials of the party including Political leader and Vision bearer Dr. Daniel E. Cassell witnessed the welcoming of new members to the People’s Liberation Party.

“This is a political struggle for all of us as members and partisans of the People’s Liberation Party, let us keep the democracy, the mission and vision of the party alive,” Dr. Cassell remarked.

He further called on his partisans to focus on the vision of the party which according to him is to liberate the Liberian people.

Meanwhile, Dr. Cassell has encouraged the new members to remember what motivated them to make the decision of joining the fight for the cause of the Liberian people.

According to Dr. Cassel, fighting for the liberation of the Liberian people is a good initiative, adding that there is no higher cause in ones life other than fighting to liberate another person.

Speaking on behalf of the newly indorsed members, Mr. Pahn Wollo of District #1 Grand Gedeh County, assured the party that they will in every capacity promote the mission and the vision of the PLP.

He promised that as they will go around to visit their various districts, they will encourage their partisans and supporters to vote the PLP, especially the political leader and standard-bearer Dr. Daniel E. Cassel.

He cautioned his fellow aspirants and newly inducted members of the party to work in the best interest of their people for the betterment of their counties.

Those indorsed represented the various district across the 15 counties and are expected to contest legislative seats in the upcoming 2023 general elections.

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